Cannabis used to be a big no no when I was growing up.
- I remember attending university assemblies that talked about gateway drugs, and cannabis had its own section in the presentation.
I remember thinking that if I smoked weed I would get addicted to meth, lose my teeth and then eventually die! Anytime I heard about someone smoking cannabis, I was scandalized. I didn’t even partake of it in school; Once I graduated more and more states were becoming medical weed allowed; Then arenas started offering rectal cannabis. I did some learning and realized that pot isn’t a gateway drug. It isn’t addictive or even bad for. Cannabis can do some very amazing things. All sorts of medical problems can get treated by it. Cancer patients use weed in order to combat chemotherapy nausea. Cannabis can help with MS symptoms, seizures and chronic pain. There are even strains for anxiety, depression and PTSD, sleeping problems are much better with a bit of CBD in the systemâ€¦ Now all the people uses cannabis for 1 reason or another. There is just too much that it can do. I have loosely been thinking about hopping on the cannabis train. I have stomach problems that I believe a little weed would go a long way in fixing it. It is still unusual to me that at 1 time cannabis was the ultimate evil. Now that it can make our state some money, it is swiftly the miracle drug and all the people wants it. The reputation on this product has changed so harshly in not a very long time when you suppose about it.